Last Updated: July 24th, 2011
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Last Updated: April 16th, 2010
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In this article I will describe the problem I've had with Eclipse's handling of XML file formatting as well as the best way to fix it.
I use Eclipse to do my Android development for a few reasons:
- it's the only IDE fully supported by the Android dev team
- it has a visual Layout/Resources builder that transforms XML files into corresponding visual representations
- it's free and open source
- I've been using Eclipse for many years and am very familiar with it
In order to use the visual features in Eclipse when developing for Android, you need to install the ADT plugin
provided by Google
However, one thing about Eclipse Android development has bothered me for a while - and that is XML formatting by the visual tools.